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Oct 8, 2012 2:00am PDT
in san francisco, the great tony larussa, who managed both the oakland as and last year's world series wins, the st. louis cardinals and he has written a book called "one last strike." we want to talk to him about that. in los angeles, the legendary former dodgers manager tony lasorda. i don't have to say much more about tony. we all know him. let me just start with jane here in the studio. and welcome to all of you. as a washington resident, i'll stim from fort worth, but i live in washington. this town is just going nuts. they are doing a pretty good imitation of washington up in baltimore today because the os are in the play-offs. what's going on here? i mean, these are some teams that haven't done so good in recent years. >> the only lousy job in the entire baby season was the prognosticators. of the 133 that the "times" surveyed not one picked the os or as on make the postseason. and the nates, first place since may 2002. it's astonishing. i was there the night they clinched, and michael morse was waiting on deck, the big slugger, "the beast," and he saw the flashing on the board
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